About Mayuri

Mayuri had this very attractive way of Saree Draping which use to catch eyes of all the ladies and even gentlemen at any event and was always complimented on her way of Saree draping not only by young generation but also by the older generation. Many of the friends and relatives casually use to say why donít you teach us how to wear a Saree in your style. All this was only taken as compliment and never really thought of seriously to start this as a business.

Also, since she had to manage her daughter who was just less than a year old, this never was a priority. But ever since the daughter grew more than a year old (Now 2.5 years old) , Mayuri was keen on doing something to keep herself occupied and that is when this idea was brainstormed and eventually conceptualized into business model. We are surprised by the overwhelming response to this new concept. This shows that if you sell something unique, you will definitely find interested buyers!!!

Mayuri completed her Fashion Designing from India International Trade Center in the year 2004, she has done costume designing for advertisement like Videocon, Tata Tea, Cello, Nerolac, Fair & lovely, etc

The experience of being in the film industy enriches her style statement and eventually has helped her students.

Her Favourite Variations

Basic Saree Draping Style Coorgi Saree Draping Style Ghagra Saree Draping Style Mumtaz Saree Draping Style
Free Flowing Left Shoulder V Neck Gujarati Style Pallu
Double Pallu Right Shoulder Kandhora Style Double Drape
Nivi Style
Bengali Adapted


  • Sapna Basrur wrote:

    Mayuri has helped me to gain confidence and I have now started to wear sarees on all the Indian occasions. Her teaching was proficient which helped me to learn the art of draping sarees

  • Syahi Viren wrote:

    it was such an awesome experience....liked the way you made it simple for me...!! thank you so much..!!

  • Lithika Kirmani wrote:

    I never knew, wearing a saree in different style would be so simple...thank you..!!

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ďJust donít tie me, drape meĒ Ė Saree

Priya Agarwal who has her wardrobe full of sarees just after the marriage was in pressure as she was not confident of wearing the saree. One of her friend asked her to join Mayuri saree draping tutorials / classes. Two hours after arriving at the class in Thakur Complex in suburban Mumbai.

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